Annual Fundraising Events
Summer Fun Dog Show & Christmas Fairs
Annually, we have both a Summer Fair at the Animal Centre and a Christmas Fair at various locations.
Thank you to everyone who supported our recent Christmas fair held on 3rd December 2023!
All money raised from the day is put directly into helping fund our Animal Centre on New Cut Lane.
Next Event: TBC
Throughout the year we also attend locally run community events to promote awareness of the work that we do and also fund raise. We are always looking for people to help us at these events each year.
If you would like to get involved please contact our reception team at email@example.com
Or could you hold an event for us, a cake sale, sponsored walk or run?
We are always looking for new ways to raise money, please reach out if you can help.
Each year at our Summer Fair, we hold a Fun Dog Show
Classes include: -
DOG WITH THE BEST EYES
OWNER AND DOG WITH THE BEST 6 LEGS
RETRIEVE THE SAUSAGE !
DOG WITH THE BEST SMOOTH COAT
DOG WITH BEST ROUGH COAT
THE BEST VETERAN (Over 8 Yrs)
THE BEST RESCUED DOG
DOG WITH THE BEST TRICK
DOG WITH WAGGIEST TAIL
THE BEST PUPPY (Under 9 Months)
THE PRETTIEST BITCH (over 9 Months)
THE MOST HANDSOME DOG (over 9 Months)
Woodland Sensory Garden
If you would like to help, on a voluntary basis, please get in touch. All of the money raised helps support the animals in our care, or specific fund raising projects, for example, our Woodland Sensory Garden in 2018, which was designed & built with our dogs' rehabilitation in mind: Giving them the opportunity to experience, in a calm environment, different smells / scents, textures to walk upon and obstacles to manoeuvre, whilst also find those treats that we've 'hidden' in advance.
All of this has been provided through fund raising, built by our handy-person volunteer and courtesy of donations gratefully received from the Trades Union, 'Unison', together with other sponsorship from our supporters & volunteers.
Our Memory Tree was made in honour of all the beloved pets who has passed away. This tree has been enjoyed by staff, volunteers & the public.